Age Cheating: GFA receives CAF decision concerning protest filed against two Black Maidens players
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has confirmed that its outfit has received a disciplinary decision from CAF concerning a protest filed against two of the U-17 players in a controversial FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers second leg played against Morocco in Rabat.
“The Ghana Football Association have received a disciplinary decision from CAF concerning a protest filed against two of our U17 players in a controversial World Cup Qualifiers second leg played against Morocco in Rabat.”
“The decision bans Ghana from two subsequent U17 World Cup qualifiers with a fine of 100,000 USD.
“GFA sent a written defence to CAF which was not considered.
“The Association have three (3) days to indicate its intention to appeal the decision and a further seven (7) days to send our written statement of appeal to the CAF Appeals Board.
“The GFA will study the full decision and respond with a written appeal accordingly.”